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Manhattan Bridge Capital, Inc. Message Board

microcapsurfer 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 25, 2015 3:16 AM Member since: Dec 7, 2004
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  • microcapsurfer microcapsurfer Jan 25, 2015 3:16 AM Flag

    I don't know what to do with all the Feb $13 Calls them shorts sold me at $1.15 to $1.30 and my $14s, they were so kind to sell the Aprils for $1.20 and now they are going to buy them back for $4.00 once we blow past $18, thank you Shorts and also the stupid Analysts who downgraded us so they could load the truck up with shares before the earnings call blowout! Don't you love the Shorts getting slammed, after-hours with little volume we walked up $2.00 because the HFTS Gang could not figure out what our earning and guidance meant! What a great week I had, first on INFN and Apple's $113 Calls, buying blocks at $.11 to $.12 and selling at $.65 to $.80, love them Shorts who transfer money to our accounts!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • microcapsurfer microcapsurfer Dec 7, 2014 5:03 PM Flag

    I've been reviewing historical data and we usually get a movement the last week of December and days of January. Could we see $16 before the year end, all the Call Options being bought are going to get pushed because above the sweet spot of $15 where all the Calls are loaded.

    Keep a eye on INFN's price over the next two weeks because last month is when we had people buying 4000 $14.00 Calls and 2000 $15s. Open Interest does not reflect the massive purchases because they closed these positions out and moved them to January. The Buyers of Calls this week were active for January's $14s and $15s and Aprils $15s too. Just a thought from the Option Open Interest perspective.

    Sentiment: Buy

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    by terminor88 Dec 4, 2014 3:08 PM
    microcapsurfer microcapsurfer Dec 7, 2014 4:53 PM Flag

    True, this is the window frame management is allowed to sell. More times than not Management sells far lower than the stock heads up. Look at all the sells at $6-$9, they are allowed certain time-frames to sell. What if they need a new house or some other issue, they sell stock to protect, diversity. INFN's management is motivated to maximize their profits because that's how they all will get super rich. We are nothing like NEOLight (stock that broke down to $3.00) and every analysts (except maybe two-faced Zacks and TheStreet that change their opinion almost weekly based on price and not fundamentals of the company.

    I think December 10th's Exhibition will be awesome, can you imagine the speed of our product? Hope you make a killing too with all of my fellow Longs! On another board the Shorts were telling us to sell AVGO at $70 because of it's New All-Time High and thank goodness I don't listen to Shorts bashing high quality stocks! October really tricked the Shorts in to thinking the Market would implode, now Santa came early to our Brokerage Accounts!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • We closed the highest point since 2009 so let's have a cold one this weekend! Good Luck and happy stock picking!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • microcapsurfer microcapsurfer Dec 5, 2014 5:47 PM Flag

    I knew I was wrong when that Buyer absorbed all that stock at $11.75 and bullied it out to $11.90 so when we fell back down to $11.50 I was lucky and covered because it too strong!. Why did I cover, because nobody was willing to sell their shares below $11.48 ($11.48 a few hundred shares and back to $11.71 before 19:59:59 hit).

    Why don't traders update their trades, there is really no reason to post your every move because these message boards are full of Promoters and Pump and Dump artist. Those guys who were buying all those shares on ARCA convinced me to get on board this train. I am willing to guess that Buyer made over $2,000,000 or more because he kept buying the entire time the news came out.

    I hope you Longs made a killing!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • microcapsurfer microcapsurfer Dec 5, 2014 5:37 PM Flag

    So when should we sell our Calls? My Calls are worth $10 so when is the best time to exit? Just think we had the balls to hold a stock we both knew was generating so much cash and now with the Brazil IPO from our Owners were are clucking like new born chicks.

    I wonder why those option buyers were buying all the $35s and $40s like wildfire? You think it's a buyout?

    Sentiment: Hold

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    by terminor88 Dec 4, 2014 3:08 PM
    microcapsurfer microcapsurfer Dec 4, 2014 5:02 PM Flag

    Last time after we hit $14.90 we fell down to $13.60 so maybe management is done selling their stock? You would think they would have waited until the end of December to get the highest price but I am not privy to their stock option sell plans, do you know about them?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Someone wrote a article about the Short Interest with INFN not realizing it's been the same over the last twelve months. We have had four highly reputable firms put out Upgrades and stupid management uses those Upgrades to do their sells. Instead of waiting for us to hit $15.50 where some Hedge Funds and Mutuals use that price point as a basis eager Management dumps shares making Wall Street wonder if they should wait until the next Quarter after the mess with Photo (their competitor that got crushed last month).

    Why can't management think outside the box and allow the stock price to move above price points Wall Street likes and than do your Year end selling? I think we are a great company and will hit $17 by earnings in late January, don't let them shake you out unless your gut feeling tells you to get out of the way. Good Luck and Happy New Year!

    My Target is $18 by February if everything works out well!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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